Angelucci stepping down as chair, looks to future
by Philip Clements
04:00 AM, Friday, December 26
MARIETTA — Kathleen Angelucci steps down as the chairwoman of the Cobb Board of Education having restored a 2 percent pay cut for teachers, improve the board’s relationship with the superintendent’s office and get the board to work better as a coh...

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